What's a good (or preferably, in your opinion the best) way to make subversion diff'ing and merging LaTeX-aware? I know latexdiff and latexrevision exist, but it's not clear to me how to make those ...
I'm working on a paper with some collaborators. At the same time, I'm writing my dissertation for my defense next month. I need to include the paper in the dissertation, but it doesn't just become a ...
I have a revision string automatically saved to a file VERSION (it is the output of git describe and usually looks like v2.2-19-g0a51c27), and define a command ...
I'd like to be able to use latexdiff with git. At the moment I have an alias in my .gitconfig file for a word-based diff: [alias] wdiff = diff --color-words but is it possible to make an alias ...
The answers to this question have convinced me I want to start using some kind of version control system. The question is, which should I use? First this is mainly just for myself, not for ...
Why would I need to use version control with my LaTeX documents? I know people who do it, and I've seen questions about it on here and on SO, but I haven't understood what value there is to doing ...
I imagine that many users are or were [PhD] students, so I would like to know: how do you use LaTeX to write a document (like the final dissertation) that requires many revisions from other people. ...
I use revision control (Subversion, to be exact) to keep track of the edits to my LaTeX documents. Is there a LaTeX package that interfaces with revision control? Specifically, it would be nice to see ...